Our monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the Sportsman's Club in Conneaut Lake. (Click below for directions). It is open to public free of charge. Hall is handicapped accessible and smoke free. Refreshments will follow the program.
"Drama in Conneaut Lake: History of Theater and the Groups in Conneaut Lake"
Presented by Bob Disko
"The Drama is Here" and not just in everyday life. Bob Disko, who has been involved in the local productions will tell the stories of the "Honeymoon" troupe that came to Conneaut Lake Park in the 1920s. He'll also tell about the local group, the Conneaut Lake Players.
The history of the Lakeside Drive-In and other theater/movie venues also will be discussed. We hope that you'll come and share in the fun of remembering the theater and movies around the lake.
"How I Caught the Biggest Muskie"
Presented by Lewis Walker.
Information on other big fish caught at Conneaut Lake will be given as well as audience participation of "Your Tales of Fishing at Conneaut Lake." Please join us.
Presented by: Jonathan Helmreich
Aldenia never made it as a village but turned out to be a great place to live. Jonathan Helmreich, who wrote a book about Aldenia, will be the featured speaker.
Come and share your stories about Aldenia also.
"History of Ice House Park"
Presented by TBD
"The Mupheres" -- They Came, They Stayed, They Helped Make History."
Presented by: Panel Discussion
A panel of "mupheres" (also known as people from the Pittsburgh area) will talk about what brought them here and why they stayed. We'll also hear of others who made their mark here -- and look forward to hearing from the audience about their experience with the "mupheres."
"Racing Around Conneaut Lake"
Presented by TBA
From the speedboat races of the early days, the canoe races to Pittsburgh, and all the ways people found to compete in contests for prizes -- and bragging rights.
Come and share your stories and tales you've heard about races around the lake.
Presented by TBD